Looking for something fun and exciting for your kids to do during the summer vacation? Look no further! Consider a uniquely rewarding experience for your children with the Portland Rock Gym Kids Camps! Rock climbing has been shown to help build confidence, improve focus, and increase coordination and strength in children. And, there is no doubt that it is exceptionally fun!

FF_IndoorRockClimbing-150x150Our camps are for kids 6 to 15 years of age and will include games, technique instruction, and of course a lot of climbing! Campers will participate in other activities that rotate throughout the summer. These activities include our slack-line, rope-swing, huge cargo net, and other high rope elements. Spots are limited, so register on-line today!  Double digit camps will head outside for a day when the weather is nice!


2017 Summer Camps!


So many opportunities for activities!  Camp runs Monday through Friday from 9am-3pm.  1 hour extended camp days are available on a case by case basis.  Please call the gym for this option.

Single Digit Camp (6-9 years old) $390

Register For a Single Digit Camp!

Double Digit Camp (10 years and up) $450

Register For a Double Digit Camp!

Discounts (Cannot be combined):

  • 20% OFF for each sibling added after the first participant.

Contact us for more information regarding our climbing camps!

Cancellation and Rescheduling Policies

If you would like to reschedule your camp, we require at least a 2 week notice. For cancellations without rescheduling made with more than 10 days notice will result in a $50 fee. Cancellations without rescheduling made with less than 10 days notice will result in half the cost of the camp returned in the form of store credit for services. The remaining amount is forfeited.

Due to the popularity of our camps, we often have a wait-list, so if you cannot maintain your reservation, please notify us so we can offer your spot to another camper.

No-Shows: If you are unable to make your camp, call us! No-shows forfeit the entire price of the class or event.